This project features a period restoration of a stone house and commercial spaces that had once been the epicenter of Springtown, PA. Built in the 18th century, the historic stone structure had undergone very little preservation throughout its life and had unfortunately fallen into disrepair. The commercial spaces, built over the 19th and 20th centuries, had also been left dormant and required extensive restoration. Having the foresight of the properties historical significance, our client acquired the property at auction and committed to restore the property using traditional techniques and technology with the aim of repurposing the original stone house as a living museum and bring function back to the commercial spaces.
For more information and photos of this project, see our Springtown project.